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How to practice detachment
The last time I encountered this patch was a year ago at Tootsie Club. We concluded then that carousing is not only a key to Special Operations success but is also a great way to push your mind and body to new limits.
Recall the fairly rudimentary and time-proven concept that a variable created inside a function won’t necessarily be available the next time the function is called, particularly if someone is reading only one side of a mistakenly dated transcript of a secretly recorded conversation.
Which brings me to this counterfeit patch, now on sale @etsy.com.
Actually, Det “A” never had a patch. Anyone attached wore civvies and the unit disappeared in 1984, at the end of the Cold War, the year I left Berlin. That was two years after Ronald Reagan first paid a visit. He returned in 1987 and told Gorby to tear down the wall.